Meet the Buyers

Ross Vigeant

The Gilt Man assistant buyer on denim, his go-to drink(s), and the importance of simple style.
Photo: Sascha Pflaeging

Man on the move.

In the latest installment of our series spotlighting our stylish buying team, we connected with Florida native Ross Vigeant, who’s an assistant buyer in the advanced designer department (in other words: he buys from the world’s top brands), but he also runs point on the socks and underwear you see on the site (in other words: he knows about hose). Ross is brilliant at mixing unique pieces with casual basics, and the picks in his sale highlight his love for expertly designed classics you can wear to death. Before you shop, though, read below to find out his opinion on the clothing every guy needs to own, his biggest men’s style pet peeves, and his ultimate desert island record.

Hometown: DeLand, Florida
Desert island record: The XX, by The XX
Currently Reading: Most Talkative by Andy Cohen
All-Time Favorite Movie: Silence of the Lambs and The First Wives Club
Last Concert I Saw: Robyn played this super intimate gig downstairs at The Monster — it was incredible, everybody was about five feet away from her.
Best Meal I Ever Ate: Roasted lamb chops at the sadly now-closed Dressler
How a Guy Should Dress: To better himself
Go-To Drink: Margarita with a Corona on top
Style Icon: Hedi Slimane/Tilda Swinton
Biggest Men’s Style Pet Peeve: V-necks that are a little too low
Favorite Piece in My Sale: Any of the Clapham socks
Summer or Winter? Sweater weather
Every Guy Should Own: Black, grey, and dark wash denim
Travel Essential: A window seat for sleeping
The Theme of My Sale Is: A mountain-man who materialized in Williamsburg
To Me, Great Style Is: Simple

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